Razer introduces Artemis, a new concept of control, and Taipan, an ambidextrous mouse
The gaming hardware company Razer announced two new Peripherals at E3 . The first is called Artemis and is about a control that seeks to intensify the experience of playing MechWarrior Online, a game to be released later this year.
Artemis was designed in conjunction with Game PiranhaGames and Infinity Publishing, makers of the game. The device is quite complex and has a tablet, a lever and a device on one side with a touch pad apparently, and several buttons. It is a Concept that may never come to reality. No pricing details or possible release.
The one who is more real is the Mouse Taipan , which is completely symmetrical, designed for use with the left hand or right without distinction. It has rubber edges on the sides and includes 9 programmable buttons. The Taipan is a sensor of 8200 dpi, making it the most sensitive mouse released so far by Razer.
The mouse will be available in July for U.S. $ 79.99 U.S..